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Discussion in 'DVDR' started by souljaLB, Feb 1, 2005.

  1. souljaLB

    souljaLB Member

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    Ok, i am VERY new to the dvd scene for off, so i just wanted to ask this question. Would i be able to combine lets say cd1 from Mr. 3000 with cd 2 of Mr. 3000 so it would show as one big dvd file? Please help if you understand the question
     
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    Yes I understand what your talking about, but until you tell us what you have for files,it would just be a guessing game.
     
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    CD1 is 814 mb, when i extract it becomes a .cue file and .bin file, i just want to be able to combine them so i can have them play all on one dvd+r, you see?
     
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    You can convert your bin and cue files to mpegs using this:http://www.vcdgear.com/

    Then if you have nero,you can convert your mpegs to dvd using nerovision express..click make dvd...then chose dvd video....then add your mpegs.
     
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    thanks man
     
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    Im bring back this topic because I followed all the instructions that were given. It took a good 2 hours (using nerovision) to burn the whole movie because it had to do the transcoding or whatever, but when it finished and i put it in dvd player, it all played good but one part of the dvd. At like 11 mins, it skipped a good 6 minutes of the movie. Do you think this is because of the dvd media? I use verbatim DVD+r 16x, with a NEC 3520a burner. Also I merged the files together, maybe that was the problem? I don't know, please help
     
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    Can someone with experience answer this for me please?
     
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    You might want to try using a software dvd player to play the ifo/vob and see if it skips
     
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    putting 2 discs on one is give you some really crappy looking video.
     

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